Present Subjunctive – Free Exercise

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Choose the correct form of the present subjunctive.

  1. No creo que Lorenzo tu número de teléfono.3rd person singular → tengaI don’t think Lorenzo has your phone number.
  2. Quizás mis padres a visitarme en verano.3rd person plural venganMaybe my parents will come and visit me in the summer.
  3. Llamadme cuando al hotel.2nd person plural → lleguéisCall me when you get to the hotel.
  4. Iré a la fiesta aunque no me .3rd person singular → apetezcaI’ll go to the party anyway, even if I don’t feel like it.
  5. ¡Por favor, Marta, no por el pasillo!2nd person singular → corrasMarta, please don’t run in the corridor!

Conjugate the verbs in the present subjunctive.

  1. Quizá (venir)   Paula a cenar mañana.3rd person singular, -ir verb (venir)|add a g before the infinitive ending → vengaPaula might come for dinner tomorrow.
  2. Llamaremos a mis padres tan pronto como (terminar)   de comer.1st person plural, -ar verb (terminar)terminemosWe’ll call my parents as soon as we’ve finished eating.
  3. Ojalá las nubes (irse)  .3rd person plural, irregular reflexive verb (irse)se vayanHopefully the clouds will go away soon.
  4. ¡No te (ensuciar)   la camisa!2nd person singular, -ar verb (ensuciar)ensuciesDon’t get your shirt dirty!
  5. El fin de semana iremos a esquiar, aunque no (haber)   demasiada nieve.3rd person singular, irregular -er verb (haber)hayaWe’ll go skiing at the weekend even if there’s not that much snow.

Conjugate the verbs in the present subjunctive.

  1. Espero que los invitados no (necesitar)   nada más.3rd person plural, -ar verb (necesitar)necesitenI hope the guests don’t need anything else.
  2. Es probable que (yo/llegar)   un poco tarde a la reunión.1st person singular, -ar verb (llegar)-llegue|add a u before the infinitive ending to maintain pronunciationI’ll probably be a bit late to the meeting.
  3. Nos sentimos parte del equipo, aunque no (jugar)   en él.1st person plural, -ar verb (jugar)juguemos|add a u before the infinitive ending to maintain pronunciationWe feel like part of the team, even though we’re not playing.
  4. ¡Nunca (vosotros/hablar)   con desconocidos!2nd person plural, -ar verb (hablar)habléisDon’t talk to strangers!
  5. No creo que los precios (estar)   ahora más baratos.3rd person plural, irregular -ar verb (estar)esténI don’t think the prices are any cheaper now.